Gardening Club

January 2019 update:

Our gardening club was a real success last year. It’s been amazing seeing children enjoying the simple things created by nature, even in our current world filled with IPhones, Ipads and other gadgets. 

I grew up surrounded by people passionate about nature and gardening and I was brought up thinking that animals, insects and plants have the same right to be on this planet as we humans. I’m very keen on passing on this message to the next generation. 

So much positivity coming from KS1 and KS2, boys and girls working together in the garden. How wonderful! They all loved seeing the vegetables and flowers growing from seeds, looking after them and harvesting at the end of the growing season. 

It’s all about noticing and appreciating the simple and beautiful things that nature offers us. We finished the club with a workshop making a Christmas arrangement that children took home. Everyone absolutely loved it.  

Thank you for all your support and we will be back in Spring! 

In the meantime I’ll be in touch with RHS and informing them about the progress we made. If you wish to be part of our gardening club team this year, please let us know. 

Anya, Frances and Katherine 

Our wonderful new gardening club organised by Ms Lautenbach have been working really hard in the summer heat to keep their new plants alive and well. The reception children have been watering the roots during the day with Mrs Bryan and some of the gardeners from the Monday lunchtime club have helped out at lunchtimes as well. It is turning into a wonderful bright sunny garden for the children to enjoy. 
Gardening Club
Summer Term 2019
Ms Lautenbach and Mrs Killington have begun the summer term gardening club. The photo's below show what Ms Lautenbach, Miss Killington and the children have been up to this term so far!
On Monday 9th July we welcomed a volunteer party from Buckinghamshire County Council organised by Sheila and the team at 'Community Grow'. They cleared our other garden area, ready to be planted and looked after by our young gardeners.